Twickenham Tables

Twickenham Tables is a cookbook that was published by the Twickenham Historic Preservation District Association in 1988. In addition to hundreds of recipes, it contains drawings of Twickenham houses and scenes by local artists such as Lee Harless, L. Trice Hinds and Albert Lane, as well as descriptions of the houses.

Twickenham Tables

Banister-Lowry Home, Adams Street

Shortly after this Gothic Revival house was built in 1858, it was sold to the Church of the Nativity for use as a rectory. The Rev. John Banister moved in and later acquired title to the house. He lived there until his death in 1909. The house was purchased by Col. and Mrs. Samuel H. Lowry in 1967. They restored and enlarged the house and developed the attractive back patio and pool area. Mrs. Lowry continues to reside here along with Rev. Banister's ghost who walks about most evenings. Drawn by Albert Lane.

Item 58 of 62 (5981)

Source: Albert Lane
Date: Unknown
Rights: Reproduced from "Twickenham Tables" published by the Twickenham Historic Preservation District Association, Inc., 1988, with the permission of THPDA and Mildred Lane.